Germany has an unusually high proportion of developers working part-time. Developers in the United States are somewhat less likely to work as independent contractors or freelancers. In all of these locations, more than 70% of developers are employed full-time.
We are hugely indebted to Raymond Treß of Adelfors Consulting in Sweden for the original concept and design of the site. Ray is a long-term Omnis developer and advocate of community forums and he hopes that the Omnis community will embrace this new concept. Ray has also started an Omnis group on Slack which you may like to join
Swift as a primary language for everything, including the server, has been intriguing since it was first open sourced and ported to Linux. Many of you are assuredly as curious as I am, so I’m very pleased to share the results of Ryan Collins study here. He would say that Server-Side Swift is well on its way to being a very big contender in the programming arena.
The Omnis Regional conference, held 1+2 June at the Hotel Landhaus Waitz in Mühlheim-Lämmerspiel near Frankfurt/Main in Germany, was a fantastic success with an increased number of attendees, a broad spectrum of technical sessions in German and English, and a real buzz for all things Omnis Studio. Raymond’s part was about Omnis connectivityOmnis as a “central turntable” for the development of modern web applications, linking of various other software, databases, tools etc. with REST technology
Slideshow of Raymond’s session about a REST / JSON connection to a foreign backend -server (Backendless)
Slideshow von Raymond’s Session über die Anbindung eines fremden Backend – Servers (Backendless)